Spreading the word about electrical safety

By NAPIT Marketing
15th May 2018

NAPIT’s Business Relationship Director, Ian Halton, shares how he has been helping Local Authorities and Landlords to understand the realities of keeping their properties electrically safe. The issue of electrical safety is high up on the Government agenda currently, with consultations in both England and Wales looking into tightening the regulations…

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Towards a Smarter Future

By NAPIT Marketing
30th August 2017

Chairman of the NAPIT Trade Association, Frank Bertie, discusses the ongoing smart meter rollout and the impact it will have on households, businesses and tradespeople across the UK. The smart revolution is well and truly underway, with smart meters at the core of the transition to smart homes and businesses….

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NAPIT Responds to the General Election Result

By NAPIT Marketing
30th June 2017

As Chief Executive of the NAPIT Group, a national organisation whose members are heavily affected by the future direction of the UK, the snap General Election result will have a major impact on the industries that we represent and there are still many questions that need to be answered. Once again, the…

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Can the Government Meet its House Building Target?

By admin
28th October 2016

Managing Director of NAPIT Certification, David Cowburn, discusses the Government’s target of building one million homes by 2020 and the progress that has been made so far. Following on from the general election last year, the Government set an ambitious pledge to build one million homes in England by 2020….

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Simplify to Clarify – Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector

By admin
18th August 2016

Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector is poor. In 2014, 16% of private rented sector tenants in England experienced problems with electrical hazards, which equates to nearly 1.5 million people living with unsafe electrics. Coupled with the fact that 5,622 accidental domestic fires were caused by electrical distribution systems…

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